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<br />4 <br />In reply to Commissioner Blank's question, Chair Kenney reported the City Council discussed the creation of a local port plan and added it to Functional Area 5. <br /> Commissioners proposed the following membership for ad hoc committees: <br /> Functional Area 1: Chair Cunningham, Commissioner Drayton, supported by Miller <br />Functional Area 2: Chair Drayton, Commissioner Beer, supported by Durgan and Jacobs Functional Area 3: Chair Beer, Commissioner Drayton, supported by Durgan and Jacobs <br />Functional Area 4: Chair McIntosh, Commissioner Kenney, Commissioner Blank, supported by Miller Functional Area 5: Chair Girling, Commissioner Kenney, supported by Miller <br />Functional Area 6: Chair Blank, Commissioner Cunningham, supported by Jacobs <br />Commissioner Drayton moved to establish an ad hoc committee for each Functional Area of the 2018 Objectives and to name Commissioners to each committee as noted above. Commissioner Girling <br />seconded the motion. <br />In response to Deputy City Attorney Ann Ewing's inquiries, Chair Kenney explained that the ad hoc committees will pursue the tasks listed for each 2018 Objective in the order listed and provide <br />recommendations to the Commission. <br />The motion carried by the following roll call vote: Ayes: Chair Kenney, Commissioner Girling, Commissioner Cunningham, Commissioner Beer, <br />Commissioner Blank, Commissioner Drayton Absent: Commissioner McIntosh <br /> <br />6. Mooring Lengths within the Offshore and Onshore Fields – Review of Current Practice (Removed from agenda.) <br />7. Derelict Vessel Definition: Ad Hoc Committee Recommendation At the November 2017 meeting, the Harbor Commission directed the derelict vessel ad hoc <br />committee to return to the Commission with an updated definition of a derelict vessel. The ad hoc committee does not recommend any changes to the definition at this time. Therefore, the ad hoc <br />committee's initial responsibilities are complete and the committee consisting of Commissioners Cunningham and Drayton should be disbanded. <br /> Recommendation: <br />1) Find this action exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) pursuant to Sections 15060(c)(2) (the activity will not result in a direct or reasonably foreseeable <br />indirect physical change in the environment) and 15060(c)(3) (the activity is not a project as defined in Section 15378) of the CEQA Guidelines, California Code of Regulations, <br />Title 14, Chapter 3, because it has no potential for resulting in physical change to the environment, directly or indirectly. <br />2) Receive and file the ad hoc committee's recommendation of not changing the current definition of a derelict vessel. <br />3) Disband the derelict vessel ad hoc committee. <br />Harbor Resources Manager Miller reported the ad hoc committee determined that revising the City's derelict vessel definition is not necessary at this time. <br /> At Commissioner Blank's request, Harbor Resources Manager Miller summarized the definition of derelict <br />vessel. <br />In answer to Commissioner Drayton's question, Harbormaster Durgan advised that the current definition is sufficient for enforcement purposes. <br /> Commissioner Beer moved to disband the derelict vessel ad hoc committee. Commissioner Girling <br />seconded the motion. The motion carried by the following roll call vote: